I wasn’t born in the wrong body. I was born, a body. Without my body, I don’t exist. This body isn’t wrong, it’s trans.
Strength is not exclusive to men. Sensitiveness is not exclusive to women.
Bots are designed by people, and therefore reflect the disproportionate gender representation in the tech industry, where women continue to form a minority in discussions on development and design.
BtVS, is still the most apt metaphor for being apart of the LGBT+ community that I’ve yet to see.
The rise of gender-neutral toilets is a concerted effort to provide transgender and non-binary individuals with a more comfortable and safe experience when going to the toilet. With many facing the choice of “which bathroom am I less likely to be harassed in?” the approach seems both logical and sensible. However the debate from both sides, and everywhere in-between, has led to controversy both outside and within the trans community.
As expanding ideas of gender slowly seep into mainstream public consciousness, there are more and more prominent figures who are finding it safe to come out as nonbinary or gender nonconforming.
It makes little sense why women would compete over who looks good, but not compete over education or work achievements. By valuing appearance more than other attributes, the only message that is given off is that women are only there to be pretty.
The gender roles that society puts on us, should not define the way we live. Be you.
“If feminism becomes so limited, there will not be an incentive for the majority of women to be part of it. This would have dire implications for women’s rights.”
I am tired of listening to people talking about abuse as though a victim must be of a certain sex, or provoking by looking and acting a certain way. Abuse is entirely gender neutral.